About SUP YogaPilates

SUP YogaPilates is a complete training fusion of Yoga, Pilates, and Stand-Up Paddle Surf (SUP)* that combines two great core workouts (Yoga & Pilates) on the Stand-Up Paddle board in order to build strength, flexibility, and balance.

SUP YogaPilates allows you to enjoy the strength & grace of Pilates and the flexibility & spirituality of Yoga together with the calming & healing powers of the sea. Stand Up Paddle Surf (also called SUP)* is the latest and fastest growing water-sport across the world. It was born in Hawaii and combines the traditional Polynesian outrigger canoe paddling with Surf. SUP boards are large surfboards propelled by a standing paddler who uses an extra-long canoe paddle. They provide a fun and intense core-based balance challenge workout full of benefits, not only cardiovascular but also postural and strenghtening.

As the board is floating on water, in order to stand on the board and paddle, the paddler must engage constantly the deep stabilizing muscles of the pelvis and spine. Furthermore, practising Pilates core-based exercises on the board enhances the engagement of such muscles plus the challenge and benefits of Pilates and builds extra flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance in the legs, abdominals, arms, hips, and back. In addition, performing Yoga asanas & moves on the board while in the water challenges, elongates and strengthens the body, as well as deepens the abilities to focus, center, and quiet the mind. Strengthen & re-balance your whole being; flow into your dreams with SUP YogaPilates.

We provide the following activities  in Ibiza and Formentera (Spain):

For more information, please contact us at info@supyogapilates.com or by phone at (+34) 630 749 572.


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